The White House on Monday revealed the list of senior USA officials who will be attending the opening of the United States embassy in Jerusalem next week.
The embassy move comes after Trump recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital a year ago, heightening Israeli-Palestinian tensions.
US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will reportedly lead a delegation of 250 people from the US to the opening ceremony including around 40 politicians, among them Republican senators Ted Cruz and Lindsay Graham as well as Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt.
The black-and-white signs in English, Hebrew and Arabic were installed along roads leading to the US consulate that will officially be unveiled as the US Embassy on May 14.
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On Monday, in preparation for the move, the US Embassy in Tel Aviv changed its Twitter handle to @usembassyjlm, announcing the change with a tweet.
Earlier this week, Amnesty International UK also condemned the launch of the race right next to East Jerusalem al-Quds where Palestinians regularly face house demolitions, illegal settlement building and restrictions of movement. A restaurateur, she lives in the overwhelmingly Jewish neighborhood of Arnona. The Palestinians seek the eastern sector as capital of their hoped-for state.
Palestinians say that moving the embassy would prejudge one of the most sensitive issues in the conflict - the status of Jerusalem - and undermine the US' status as an honest mediator.
Trump said last week that he "may" go to Jerusalem for the opening himself.
The consulate will temporarily house the ambassador until the USA finds a secure site to build a new embassy, which had been located in Tel Aviv.